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    hi,
    HOw to remove start up logon prompt in Windows Server 2003

    Thank You

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    Re: logon prompt removed

    I'd guess you might can use the same tweak as available for Windows XP?
    http://www.pctools.com/guides/registry/detail/13/


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    • #3
      Re: logon prompt removed

      and essentially the same thing here on our own site!

      http://www.petri.com/configuring_autologon.htm

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      • #4
        Re: logon prompt removed

        Thank You for replay.

        I did the changes in registry (run ->regedit), but the changes was not saved. How do i save the changes when editing with 'regedit'?

        Thank you again,

        Margots

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        • #5
          Re: logon prompt removed

          It should automatically save unless a policy is restricting it or setting the registry differently after rebooting or it applying again.

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          • #6
            Re: logon prompt removed

            Thank you for replay,

            How do I change the policy?(or where do i access it) And how do I change that "setting the registry differently after rebooting" you mentioned in your last post

            Thank's

            Margots

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            • #7
              Re: logon prompt removed

              It sounds to me that you need to automate the registry change via a Group Policy and ensure it is enforced. That is an option you can set after creating the GPO.

              There is a way of scripting a registry change and applying to a startup script but I'mk not sure how to.

              Personally, I have tended to takea clean XP machine and use 'wininstall le' to create before and after snapshot that creates an MSI package that can then be rolled out as a software package in a GPO.

              You effectively carry out the registry changes prior to creating the ater snap shot.

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